About Author: friarmicha

Website
http://www.peaceworks.org.uk
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Journeying towards the heart of God and engaging in mission

Posts by friarmicha

  • I have just returned from co-leading a pilgrimage in Assisi. Ten of us explored the city against the background of the life of St Francis. It was a creative time for reflection, silence and solidarity in our shared adventure of […]

    Return from Assisi (@friarmicha)

    I have just returned from co-leading a pilgrimage in Assisi. Ten of us explored the city against the background of the life of St Francis. It was a creative time for reflection, silence and solidarity in our shared adventure of […]

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  • Disillusion is now becoming my biggest battle. It’s not that I haven’t got over my idealistic teenage mindset – when to right the world of wrong and wrongdoers was the very substance of a half baked hippy from the suburban […]

    Disillusion (@friarmicha) #BigBible

    Disillusion is now becoming my biggest battle. It’s not that I haven’t got over my idealistic teenage mindset – when to right the world of wrong and wrongdoers was the very substance of a half baked hippy from the suburban […]

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  • I am writing this traveling on the Rosslare to Fishguard ferry. It’s gentle rise and fall as it traverses the swell of the sea is strangely comforting. A week spent driving the west coast of Ireland in search of the […]

    Lessons from the Celtic Church

    I am writing this traveling on the Rosslare to Fishguard ferry. It’s gentle rise and fall as it traverses the swell of the sea is strangely comforting. A week spent driving the west coast of Ireland in search of the […]

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  • Last Thursday just happened to be Ascension Day. Anybody notice? Well the Eurozone money markets apparently. Fears that Greece is both about to go bankrupt and slide into civil war eased on the basis that this annual religious festival reduced […]

    What Goes Up (@mediationman)

    Last Thursday just happened to be Ascension Day. Anybody notice? Well the Eurozone money markets apparently. Fears that Greece is both about to go bankrupt and slide into civil war eased on the basis that this annual religious festival reduced […]

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  • Well last Sunday, 15 April, was the original date for Easter across these Islands. It was the date the Celtic Christians who pioneered mission to Britain celebrated the death and resurrection of Jesus. Following a dispute with Roman inspired Christianity, […]

    Celtic Easter #DigiDisciple (@mediationman)

    Well last Sunday, 15 April, was the original date for Easter across these Islands. It was the date the Celtic Christians who pioneered mission to Britain celebrated the death and resurrection of Jesus. Following a dispute with Roman inspired Christianity, […]

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  • Yesterday was Mother’s Day across the UK. I had a lovely day with the girls in my life gathered around the meal table for a lovely langoustine starter followed by the traditional roast. It caused me to reflect on women! […]

    In Praise of Women (@mediationman)

    Yesterday was Mother’s Day across the UK. I had a lovely day with the girls in my life gathered around the meal table for a lovely langoustine starter followed by the traditional roast. It caused me to reflect on women! […]

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  • As we start the Lenten season for many it is a critical decision time. Traditionally Lent has provided the opportunity to give something up – to forego a pleasure to demonstrate an appreciation of Jesus’ journey to the cross. Lent […]

    Stepping Out: Finding value in Lent with @mediationman

    As we start the Lenten season for many it is a critical decision time. Traditionally Lent has provided the opportunity to give something up – to forego a pleasure to demonstrate an appreciation of Jesus’ journey to the cross. Lent […]

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  • Although we are some way into the New Year, I have been reflecting upon stories told me by my daughter following New Year’s Eve. She worked as a VIP hostess at a prestigious London club. The clientele were well heeled […]

    Moral Fibre #digidisciple (@mediationman)

    Although we are some way into the New Year, I have been reflecting upon stories told me by my daughter following New Year’s Eve. She worked as a VIP hostess at a prestigious London club. The clientele were well heeled […]

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  • As we enter the final week of Advent with its traditional theme of love, my thoughts turn to family. I note that Nick Clegg has addressed what he perceives to be the Prime Minister’s sponsorship of a 1950’s model of […]

    Family Christmas

    As we enter the final week of Advent with its traditional theme of love, my thoughts turn to family. I note that Nick Clegg has addressed what he perceives to be the Prime Minister’s sponsorship of a 1950’s model of […]

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  • Eurozone headlines have filled the column inches and virtual media outlets. Politicians have travelled hither and thither attempting to manage their Eurozone headache. Whilst all the while we the people have experienced an increase in living costs and sought to […]

    New democracy (@mediationman)

    Eurozone headlines have filled the column inches and virtual media outlets. Politicians have travelled hither and thither attempting to manage their Eurozone headache. Whilst all the while we the people have experienced an increase in living costs and sought to […]

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